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Free Fall Box Tops for Education Collection Sheet Printable

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions and the creation of the Box Tops for Education Collection Sheet are mine alone. #Hefty4BoxTops #CollectiveBias No matter […] The post Free Fall Box Tops for Education Collection Sheet Printable appeared first on Happy Mothering.

The Saddest News

. The saddest news. You know what it is. Hearing that 8-year-old Maddy  Middleton of Santa Cruz, CA, was found dead today, and the suspect is a 15 year old neighbor. I will remind us all that this is the least common of crimes. That there are no more murders today than there were in […]

6 Comics That Perfectly Sum Up The Agony Of Owning A Home

Owning a home is both a wonderful and time-consuming experience. With extra space comes added chores and responsibilities. Cartoonist Brian Gordon perfectly understands the exact pain that comes with those added household duties. OnShow More Summary

If Teachers Were Treated Like Pro Athletes, According To 'Key & Peele'

  What if teachers were treated like pro athletes? That’s the premise behind this spot-on “Key & Peele” sketch. In the clip, the comedic duo reports on “the latest developments in the exciting world of pro teaching” on the show “TeachingCenter.”...Show More Summary

Family Walks 4,000 Miles To Disney World In Daughter's Memory

Months after losing a daughter to pediatric cancer, a grieving family decided to trek 4,000 miles across the country — all on foot, and with their pet golden retriever in tow, too.   -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

Why We Need To Be More Sympathetic Toward Single Dads

 It's not easy to be a single mom, and as mothers we know this whether we are one... or not. It's common for women to support other single moms and to appreciate how that can be a tough journey as a mom and person, but it's rare that people offer sympathy for single dads. Show More Summary

It’s Never Too Early to Prepare Your Child For School - Their Future Depends on It

As a mother of a son who "was born with an above-average disregard for authority," Christine Bronstein had a lot on her hands when it was time for her son to start kindergarten. "Needless to say, he had more than a little trouble adjusting to school. Show More Summary

5 Time-Saving Lunch-Packing Hacks

Getting everyone out the door (including yourself!) stress free can be a morning challenge. That's why we partnered with Rubbermaid for time-saving solutions. As much as I'd love to say I pack my child's lunch regularly the night before she heads to school, I'm often scrambling in the morning attempting to toss something edible together. Show More Summary

Lego Mini-Figures – display and storage solution

Like it? You can make it in just 30 minutes! Here’s how… Step 1: Gather your materials. You will need: A piece of timber. I used a cupboard door from IKEA. Super Glue. White Lego bricks. You can order packs of ‘white only bricks’ on eBay. Lego mini figures. Step 2: Mark out where you […]

Enjoying Fashion Fads: Ring Stack

I enjoy fashion but I’m not someone who necessarily keeps up with current styles. I tend to go for classic pieces, and then mix it up with fun seasonal items that happen to catch my eye. Recently went on a work weekend to Sydney (read about it here) and I thought it would be fun to […]

Normandie, Take Two

The ocean liner theory was a fun one, but I think it needs to be retired now in favor of the much more compelling comic strip character theory. more

It's a snap! 9 tips for taking great back-to-school photos

How can parents be sure to get photos that capture the spirit of a new year — and capture their kids' hearts later in life?

Family walks 4,000 miles to Disney World in daughter's memory

Months after losing a daughter to pediatric cancer, a grieving family decided to trek 4,000 miles across the country — all on foot.

10 Ways Car Seats Can Be Dangerous for Your Kids

Post by Judy Dutton. Parents have been drilled like crazy on car seat safety -- after all, knowing how to properly install the seat and buckle your baby in is what can keep him safe in case of a crash! Yet while you might assume that car seat safety issues end once you've turned off your ignition, that's surprisingly not the case. Show More Summary

The Most Entertaining Baby Milestones

Post by The Stir Bloggers. Remember when your baby first discovered his or her hands and stared on them for minutes on end. This was by far one of the most entertaining newborn milestones. When my son was about 2 months old, his vision was good enough and his dexterity developed enough to bring his hands into his field of vision. Show More Summary

Give Me a Squeeze!

Post by The Stir Bloggers. The first hug from my baby is not something I remember clearly, to be honest. I didn't write down the day in her baby book, like this: "April 23, 2012. She squeezed her little arms around my neck for the very...Show More Summary

What is Your Parenting Style?

The other day I was listening to my grandchildren play with their friends, and they were discussing whose parents were the easiest, and whose were the most strict. It took me back to my own childhood, when my friends and I would compare our parents' parenting styles. Show More Summary

Nobody Hates Kids More than Parents

Controversy recently ignited when the owner of a diner in Maine went ballistic on a screaming toddler. Many people sided with the owner, apparently buying her assertion that the parents weren't parenting their kid or taking into account how badly she was disrupting everyone else's meals. Show More Summary

My Daughters and I Embrace Nudity

I have no qualms walking around in the buff in front of my daughters. And they do the same with me. We even take showers together if we´re pressed for time. My girls are now 14 and 11, but we've taken baths together since they were born. Show More Summary

How To Prevent Screen Addiction In Your Young Children

Recommendations from The American Academy of Pediatrics urge parents to limit the time their young children spend interacting with entertainment media, explaining that youngsters "learn best by interacting with people, not screens." Dr. Show More Summary

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